Wizz Air heads to Riga
Wizz Air is to enter the Latvian market by opening three new routes from Riga, starting from 28 March 2010.
The initial network will include thrice weekly services to London Luton, Oslo Torp and two flights a week to Turku.
“Wizz Air’s opening of the Riga market is a natural next step in the airline’s expansion in Central and Eastern Europe,” commented József Váradi, chief executive officer of Wizz Air. “We continue our dynamic development to reinforce our leadership position in the region to the benefit of the ever growing number of people who can now afford to fly.”
Meanwhile Wizz Air has also announced the launch of services from Prague to Bari and from Budapest to Turku, both twice a week initially.
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